End of financial year cut off dates

Don’t miss the deadline

It’s almost the end of another financial year.
Get your contributions and claims in before the cut off dates below, to avoid missing out.

Cut off dates for member transactions

Personal super contributions1

If you want to make a personal contribution1 to your super account before the end of the 2022/23 financial year, you’ll need to submit it by 23 June 2023 to ensure it is received and allocated to your account by 30 June 2023. Contributions made after 23 June 2023 may not be allocated to your account prior to the end of the financial year. Log into your account to make a contribution.

Claiming a tax deduction for personal super contributions made last financial year

Notices of intent to claim a tax deduction for last financial year (FY2021/22) must be received on or before Friday 30 June 2023. To claim a tax deduction, log into your account and select Account then Online forms.

Submit your tax deduction claim

You can complete and submit your Notice of intent to claim a tax deduction for personal super contributions form online. Log in to your account and select Account then Online forms.

Log into your account

Cut off dates for employer transactions

Paying employee super contributions through QuickSuper2

If you’re making employer Superannuation Guarantee contributions through QuickSuper2 and need them in for the FY2022/23 financial year, please submit them by Tuesday 27 June 2023.

Important: You’ll need to allow two extra days if you’re registering to use QuickSuper2 for the first time. Other clearing house timeframes may vary. Please get in touch with your provider for more information.

Paying super for your employees

Visit the How to pay super page for more information on making contributions for your employees.

How to pay super
  1. Before adding to your super, consider your financial circumstances, contribution caps that may apply, and tax issued. Salary sacrifice may affect some Government benefits and employee benefits. Consider getting financial advice before deciding what's right for you.
  2. QuickSuper is a financial service provided by Westpac. AustralianSuper doesn’t accept liability for any loss or damage caused by use of the QuickSuper service and doesn’t receive any commissions from Westpac if employers use this service. Terms and conditions apply. Visit quicksuper.westpac.com.au to learn more.
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